Latest Fyn Stories
Researchers reporting in the February 3rd issue of Cell Metabolism may have a new way to trick the body into consuming more energy.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have developed a new model of skin cancer based on the knowledge that a common cancer-related molecule called Src kinase is activated in human skin-cancer samples.
Reporting in two companion papers in the October 19 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience, investigators from the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease show in genetically engineered mouse models of the disease that the accumulation of Alzheimer-related neurotoxic amyloid-beta (AÎ²) peptides can deplete key proteins in a specific memory center of the brain. They also report that this process can be worsened by increased activity of an enzyme called Fyn.
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